A temporary warden of a state prison is appointed by the Nevada Governor. He immediately goes about the task of recovering three escapees. While going about this task, he outwits all three without firing a shot.

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Himself - Host / Warden James B. Hume
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Tony Alvado
Charles Francisco ...
John Druber
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Pete Gorman
Patrick O'Moore ...
Gov. Bradley
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Sheriff Reedy
Bob Pollard ...
Zeb Smith
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Dusty Hilleger
Vern Adams ...
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A temporary warden of a state prison is appointed by the Nevada Governor. He immediately goes about the task of recovering three escapees. While going about this task, he outwits all three without firing a shot.

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30 September 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Pete Gorman: 'Course you know you tricked me back there in Hangtown don't you, Warden
James B. Hume: Yeah, I guess I did.
Pete Gorman: Nobody's ever beat me in a fair fight.
James B. Hume: That's 'cause you never gave anybody a fair fight.
Pete Gorman: I don't believe in it.
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Vanity, greed, and suspicion
14 July 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

In what must have been one of his last acted roles, Ronald Reagan stars as Jim Hume, appointed warden of a Nevada prison which has had a break down in discipline. The way to get it back and earn respect is to bring in three notorious escapees. Easier said than done because even regular law enforcement backs down from going after these three notorious outlaws, Rudolfo Acosta, Charles Duebner, and George Murdock.

Reagan makes it his business to know whom he's trailing and the weaknesses of all three. Each one is susceptible to vanity, greed, and suspicion. Ron cleverly uses all three and the susceptible outlaws.

A good Death Valley Days story with a little rough humor laced into the story.


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